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to show you their coverage. caller: i appreciate that. it exposes us to what is going on in britain, which i think affects us here. we have rupert murdoch controls news of but -- "news of the world," and he controls "wall street journal." it seems to me since he took over "wall street journal," it has kind of slanted, not doing the reporting that it used to do. the other issue i wanted to bring up and i'm wondering if down the road you can do the programming on it, i read that eric cantor in his investment portfolio is betting against the dollar. i don't understand, if you could do research and have somebody do a program about that. if the second highest ranking person in the house, how could you be betting against the dollar in your investment portfolio? i know his wife works for bank of america. but this is crazy. if you guys can look into that and maybe do a program -- and on the 14th amendment, and maybe invite someone to explain to us how the 14th amendment and the 11th amendment, so we can -- mostly i get my information from c-span and if you guys could go back to giving us informati
. until recently, the top sunday paper in britain. >> i feel regret. clearly practices of certain individuals did not live up to the standards and quality of journalism that we believe in, that i believe in. and that the company believes in. >> at issue, long-running phone hacking scandal in which the victims had been largely celebrities, but there was outrage when allegations merged that the paper hacked phones of school girl who had been abducted and ultimately killed. victim of the terror attack on london transport which happened six years ago today. prime minister david cameron, the former press secretary, former news of the world editor caught in the hacking scandal called for an injury. >> what this government is doing is making sure that the fact of the public and i feel so appalled by what has happened. murder victims, terrorist victims. who had their phone tapped is disgraceful. that is why it's important there is a full police investigation with all the powers that they need. >> reporter: there are also allegations that news of the world paid police for information. >> n
headline. in 2002, britain was riveted by the story of 13-year-old milly dowler, who had vanished. this week, it was revealed that the paper listened to her voice mail, deleting old messages to make room for new ones. that activity gave her family and police hope that she was alive. false hope. milly was later found murdered. >> appalling, absolutely appalling. >> it's outrageous. it really is outrageous. >> reporter: and thehe's more. six years ago today, terrorist bombings in london killed 52. on this anniversary, grieving families learned that the newspaper hacked their cell phones, trolling for intimate details. one of those cell phones belonged to graham foulkes, who lost his son. >> it's a violation, isn't it? and i still don't know what i think about it, other than i'm really angry. really angry. >> reporter: it gets worse. today, allegations that the paper hackck voice mails of the families of british soldiers killed in iraq and afghanistan. paul mcmullan was a reporter and editor at "the news of the world." >> it was certainly a really commonplace practice. >> reporter: t
vibrance svibranc certainly doesn't feel like it. >>> overseas tonight in great britain, the phone hacking scandal now shut down an entire newspaper, is only getting uglier, there's more damning revelations to come and today the first arrests in the case, after so many violations of personal privacy. michelle kosinski has the latest from london. >> reporter: a day after the 168-year-old news of the world fell to a scandal of its own making, two former top employees were arrested. an editor who once served as the prime minister's communications director and a reporter who served prison time for hacking into the paper back in 2007. today the offices of his current employer, "the daily star" were questioned by police. >> if these people could have had their phones hacked into in order to generate stories for a newspaper is simply disgusting. >> reporter: now even more questions. were other papers doing this? why were police allegedly taking huge payments from journalists and why didn't politicians push to get to the murky bottom of this among the possibly thousands of phone hack victims whose
a backlash at a time he was looking to expand his influence in great britain's media some 4000 accounts were illegally hacked ... victims of terror attacks as well as the celebrities retargeted murdoch closed the paper after all advertisers pulled out sunday will be the last edition. >>the paris prosecutor's office opened a preliminary investigation today into accusations by a french writer the former imf chief dominique strauss-kahn try to rape her. tristane banon filed a complaint this week saying that strauss- kahn attacked her during an interview for the project in 2003 prosecutors say the investigation could take months to determine whether travelers needed stress, is also accused of attempted rape of a new york made in may but both charges may be dropped. >>the royal couple will arrive in the united states today and they've already gone country at the duke and duchess of cambridge each were massive matching white cowboy hats and jeans to our reception for the calgary stampede in cabincavity yesterday they are taking part in special parade today before boarding a plane to l.a. royals
: but tour earlier point perhaps the end game is to get full control of b. sky b. in britain for the satellite broadcasting, a $19 billion deal, if it is able to get clarify for that deal, what does it mean for news corp. shareholders? >> that would potentially be a nice boost. i think that it is certainly something that any media investor knows right now is something that's very important from the vantage point of news corp.. news corp., like many other media companies, including the parent of time warner, is a challenging environment right now from an advertiser's standpoint, eve 2010 the economy slowly picking up. and the beauty of the satellite is that you get all of these fees that come in addition to ad revenue, that's why it's such a lucrative business, not just in the u. k. but around the world. >> tom: paul, we appreciate the insight, thanks for sharing it with us. paul la monica, author of "inside rupert's brain. " >> susie: here in the u.s., a federal appeals court today reinstated a ban on media companies owning both a newspaper and a television station in the sam
absurd that at one point in the fall before britain banned the export, the bbc ran a headline that made you ask, what country is this? what century is this? that line was this. lethal injection drug sold from uk driving school. an unlicensed company was selling lethal injection drugs out of a driving school in west london to corrections departments in the united states of america. at least one state, arizona, reportedly killed a prisoner using drugs imported from the driving school. the federal government responded by seizing the illegally imported lethal injection drugs in at least three states. clearly the old drug was getting harder and harder to buy and hold onto without it being confiscated by the feds, so a number of states decided to stop using it altogether and decided to switch to a new kind of drug, one that is used all the time only not on humans. it's what veterinarians use to euthanize animals. ohio was the first to use it to kill a prisoner in march. a week later, texas made the switch. and now one of the companies that makes that drug is advising american states it should
elected in connection with a growing hell phone hacking scandal in britain. >> and british royal couple touched down in los angeles switching to progressive could mean hundreds more in your wallet year after year. feed me! saving you money -- now, that's progressive. call or click today. >>> welcome back. london police have arrested the former editor of a british tabloid at the center of a phone hacking scandal that is bringing embarrassment to the british government because he ones served as david cameron's spokesman. the paper will publish it's last edition after losing advertisers and they decided to shut it down. tabloid is accused of hacking into a murdered school girl's family as well as bribing police for information. the closure will leave the 200 people unemployed. >> i'm completely surprised. in a distant past these things had occurred. >> the tabloid highly paid editors is being moved to another location. revenue from the paper's final issue will go to charity. >>> los angeles is getting spruced up getting ready to welcome prince william and catherine. they rode on a stage co
to go. >> all right. >>> ahead on "american morning," a tabloid hacking scandal in great britain hitting a former member of the prime minister's inner circle and a shot to rupert murdoch's media empire. live in london with the very latest. there's bugs, leaves, lint, crud. you'll be breathing that. i do believe it's part of a locust. make sure your alignments good. your brakes are good. you've got all sorts different things that you check off. your fluid levels. pretty much everything you could need. it gets done. it gets done quickly. and it gets done correctly. the works fuel saver package, just $29.95 or less after rebate. only at your ford dealer. you're a doctor. you're a car doctor. maybe a car doctor. >>> welcome back to "american morning." look at that beautiful shot of the space shuttle "atlantis" ready to go in less than two weeks, this space shuttle program will be history. many critics, including former astronauts, are blasting the space agency for not having a new program ready to replace it. that conversation is going to start soon. today everybody is focused on this. on wa
at britain's most notorious to tabloid. what the paper news of the world is doing as of this sunday. >>> new at 6:00, we are deep into the fire season and firefighters are losing a critical tool: why calfire has to cut out these big planes and what it has to rely on now. >>> plus, hackers picked an ironic target. the south bay's technology museum. the biggest problem one expert says it exposed. tonight on ktvu channel 2 news at 6:00. >>> construction work on a soccer stadium in the netherlands has taken a deadly turn. a worker was killed when the stadium's roof collapsed dropping steel and other debris. the stadium is 90 miles east of amsterdam. the collapse happened while crews were working on the roof. >>> two u.s. soldiered were killed today while working on a checkpoint. 4,471 american troops have died in iraq since the 2003 invasion. >>> the fighting in iraq and afghanistan brought together a group of people for a vigil today. about a thousand protesters stood togetherholding signs. organizers say they've been coming to this corner every thursday since october of 2001 to call for peac
world. currently britain the biggest sunday publication. the end of that is no loss to humanity. >>> stateside, tim plenty goes gaga. with bloggers in iowa i. have a question for you guys. are you ready? >> we're ready. >> what's your favorite lady gaga song? >> that's easy. >> "glory ". >> "glory." >> "paparazzi ". >> in terms of the beat, i like "bad romance ". i got to say, even though she's a little unusual, "born this way" -- she's actually talented. go to the end of the lady gaga hbo special and watch her sing a cappella, "born this way" she can definitely sing. she's talented. if you had to limit your choices to just conservatives we wouldn't have a lot of choices. >> wow. republican politician. any politician that knows the phrase a cappella impresses me. i call him good & plenty. sounds like a person speaking, not a staffer's idea for a politician to say which he often sounds like. >>> now to the big numbers. president obama, a man of his words. the questions at yesterday's town hall limited to 140 characters each, how many did the president use per each, per answer to
at sunday. >> employees at britain's largest and is a tabloid find out they are out of a job. the paper illegally hacked sell fonts of murder victims as well as soldiers that were killed in afghanistan >> it was completely unexpected >> the front page new was the death of the the news of the world. the most widely read an english newspaper >> clearly certain activities did not help this matter >> they may have backed into as many as 4000 cell phones one of them was prince harry and lou grant operate. and the family of web murderer british teen nature. >> they lost their daughter >> the scandal has brought more scrutiny it also includes the fox tv network. >> the last edition of news of the world will appear on sunday the former editor still faces possible or arrest >> we will have more on whether to traffic in news when we return jerry brown not announce that they cut the vehicle fleet it will save 70% it will save 11.4 million next year. >> and now look at the weather in for forecast for the weekend. >> color of fog this morning with this is a look of our temperatures currently . we wi
paper in britain. >> i feel regret. clearly the practices of certain individuals did not live up to the standards and quality of journalism that we believe in and that i believe in. and that the company believes in. >> reporter: at issue a long running phone hacking scandal in which the victims had been largely celebrities. but there was outrage when allegations emerged that the paper hacked the phones of a schoolgirl who had been abducted and ultimately killed and victims of the terror attacks on london transport. the prime minister cameron former press sec caught in the hacking -- secretary caught in the hacking scandal called for an inquiry. >> what the government is doing is making sure that the public and i feel so appalled by what happened. murder victims and terrorist victims who had the phones hacks is quite disgraceful. there needs to be a full police investigation with all the powers they need. >> reporter: there's also allegations that "news of the world" paid police for what they needed. rupert murdoch didn't give comments in idaho but he issued a statement yesterday
fallout from that hacking scandal in britain. this morning two former news of the world editors were arrested. one of the editors is the former communication chief to prime minister david cameron. both of the editors are tied to accusations that news of the world hacked the phones of celebrity murder victims and even the royal family. as we are speaking now police are searching the newsroom of a second tabloid in the uk. rupert announced yesterday that news of the world will end its publications this weekend after 168 years in business. >>> later today prince william and his new bride will arrive at lax for the california portion of their north american tour. they will be greeted by governor brown and his wife ann. crews at the santa barbara polo club spent yesterday setting up the vip tent for a saturday luncheon. prince william will take part in a charity polo match. >> it's obviously been around for awhile. i think the interest has definitely peaked with duke playing polo this year. i think there will be a lot of polo fans here and royal watchers. >> i think so. they toured a hosp
english language paper in the world, until very recently the top sunday paper in britain. >> i feel regret. clearly practices of certain individuals did not live up to the standards and quality of journalism that we believe in, that i believe in and that this company believes in which. >> reporter: at issue, a long running phone hacking scandal in which the victims had been largely celebrities but there was outrage when allegations emerged the paper hacked the phones of a school girl who had been abducted and was ultimately killed and victims of the terror attacks on london transport which happened six years ago today. prime minister david cameron who is former press secretary caught in the hacking scandal called for an inquiry. >> what this government is doing is making sure that the fact the public and i feel so appalled by what has happened, murder victims, terrorist victims who had their phones hacked is quite disgraceful. that is why it's important there is a full police investigation with all the powers that they need. >> reporter: there are a
, britain's biggest sunday newspaper, the "news of the world" is being shut down. now this follows accusations that it hacked the cell phone of a 13-year-old murder victim deleting voice mails leading the parents to believe the girl may have still been alive and now they're investigating other hackings. 200 employees will lose their jobs when the newspaper shuts down on sunday. it's owned by the same parent company as fox 5. >>> the scandal continues to grow this morning. we have just learned a former aide to british prime minister david cameron has been arrested in connection with the scandal. andy coulson is a former editor of the news to have world paper. >>> the duke and duchess of cambridge head to los angeles later today. it's their first visit together to the united states. they left western canada yesterday where kate focused her attention on a 6-year-old cancer patient. the little girl had written her a note saying her biggest wish was to meet a real princess. the royal couple was also given white cowboy hats, a tradition in calgary. they caused a stir within they passed
investigations into the matter and proposed tighter rules for britain's free for all press. lesli? >> all right. well, president obama certainly -- says uncertainty over the debt limit is keeping businesses from hiring. he made this comment in response to the latest disappointing unemployment reports. >> today's job report confirms what most americans already know. we still have a long way to go and a lot of work to do to give people the security and opportunity that they deserve. >> today's labor department report revealed employers added the fewest jobs in nine months and the unemployment rate rose to 9.2%. [ bells tolling ] >> wall street did not like the news. unemployment numbers sent stocks lower. the dow dropped 62 points to close the week at 12,657. the nasdaq fell 12 points and the s&p 500 lost nine points. right here, we're tracking the numbers when it comes to rainfall and that is a big deal because flash flooding is going to be an issue. >> it is. more so hail or damaging wind. flash flooding is the main issue with this. we're looking at a flash flood watch until about midnight. s
credibility issues with the maid but have not dropped the case. >>> this sunday, britain's most read tabloid is printing its final edition. rupert murdoch's "news of the world" is shutting down amid claims it hacked into the voice mails of various people including celebrities, politicians, and terror victims. >>> and san francisco police have arrested a suspect who was caught on surveillance video moments after they say he stole a pablo picasso sketch from an art galley. they say the new jersey man walked into the gallery, just took the sketch off the wall and walked out. and how much is it worth? anderson, the picasso piece is valued at around $200,000. >> wow. that's amazing, just walked in and took it. >>> coming up, did they get any closer to a deficit reduction plan? >>> also, willie nelson's pot case takes an unexpected turn landing the judge on the ridiculous. another good thing about geico is, they've got, like, real live people working there 24/7. so like say you need to report a claim, alright. a real person will be there to help you. then you can use geico.com to view photos of th
allegations shut down a major tabloid newspaper in great britain. we'll be right back. and he gives me a variety of options. would you like to have a look at a map, my lad? ah, why not? shall we check on the status of your knighthood? yes. again? yes, again, please! thank you. with my digital manservant, i'll never be homesick again. would you like me to put the kettle on, sir? no, i'd like you to get rid of that ostrich. it's been here a month. [ male announcer ] think, type, go. with just type. only on the new hp touchpad with webos. >>> as political leaders battle out raising the debt ceiling, paul brown is going a different direction. brown raised a bill to lower the debt ceiling by $1.3 trillion. the plan is so off the wall, rhan paul isn't even on board. but that's not stopping brown. >> over the last decade, we've raised the debt ceiling 16 times. that hasn't worked out so well. we need to do something that is very much different and that's what my bill does. >> are you giving up a little bit on revenues, on that side, whether it's tax increases, whether it's closing loopholes,
over britain's tabloid hacking scandal. why a former editor is now arrested. plus a disturbing new admission from pg&e. the pipeline errors raising concerns. >>> and for the first time we are hearing from jaycee dugard the chilling account of her years in captivity. we'll be right back. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, either i can't get to sleep, or i can't stay asleep. [ male announcer ] unisom helps you fall asleep faster and stay asleep. so i wake up rested. [ male announcer ] unisom. fall asleep faster. sleep longer. explosion in san bruno. according to the san jose mercury >>> pg&e is admitting more mistakes in the wake of the deadly gas pipeline explosion in san bruno. according to the san jose "mercury news" this morning the utility told state regulators that it misclassified several segments of the pipe in california. in some cases the mistakes led to glass pressure being set higher than federal safety standards allow. the "mercury news" reports that pg&e is now reducing pressure in merge 30 location statewide and is reducing -- in more than 0 locations statewide and is reduce -- in more
with the maid but have not dropped the case. this sunday britain's most-read tabloid is printing its final edition. rupert murdoch's "news of the world" is shutting down amid claims it hacked into the voice mails of of of various people including celebrities, politicians and terror victims. and san francisco police have arrested a suspect who was caught on surveillance video moments after they say he stole a pablo picasso sketch from an art gallery. they say the new jersey man walked into the gallery, just took the sketch off the wall and walked out. and how much is it worth? anderson? the picasso piece is valued at around $200,000. >> wow. that's amazing. just walked in and took it. crazy. still ahead, raw politics. did today's white house meeting move democrats and republicans any closer to a deficit reductions deal or are they bluffing about the lines in the stand they've drawn? we'll have the latest ahead. also willie nelson's texas pot case takes an unexpected turn, landing the judge on ridiculist. [ male announcer ] introducing the ultimate business phone -- t the motorola expert fro
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once again in britain, one day after "the news of the world" announced it will cease to exist, two former employees have been arrested. one is h former editor, later hired as communications director for the prime minister, something the prime minister now is begin coming under fire for. >> the decision to hire him was mine and mine alone. and i take full responsibility for it. >> reporter: the second person arrested is a reporter who actually did prison time for phone hacking at "the news of the world" in 2007. the thing is, since then and only recently, the allegations have ballooned to include possibly thousands of potential phone hacking victims, including the families of soldiers killed in battle and the families of murder victims, even in one case, the murder victim herself. the government now wants to know, has this been going on at other newspapers? why did the original police investigation sail so abysmally in the words of the prime minister? why were police allegedly taking huge payments from journalists, and why did politicians who may have had wind that this is something
have revealed credibility issues with the maid but have not dropped the case. >>> this sunday, britain's most-read tabloid is printing its final edition. rupert murdoch's "news of the world" is shutting down amid claims it hacked into the voice mails of various people including celebrities, politicians, and terror victims. >>> and san francisco police have arrested a suspect who was caught on surveillance video moments after they say he stole a pablo py picacsso stech from an art gallery. they say he walked into the gallery, took the sketch off the wall. the piece is valued at around $200,000. >> that's amazing just walked in and took it. >>> this is a cautionary tale. story lines pretty simple, a bride, a groom and a zip line. newlyweds wanted to make a memorable entrance at their wedding reception. you can see where this was going. it was very memorable all right. take a look. >> starts off okay with the bride out in front. the dress is the only problem at first. then the groom picks up speed. and ouch. looks -- yeah. looks like someone did not pay attention to physics class, mass an
? there will still be 90s today but the trend is to britain temperatures down. there is a decent in the fog. it's already burning off. there will be more sunshine. cooler breezy. next week showing every sign of peaking much cooler. some fog is there. but there's a little bit more of a northerly breeze today. if you don't have anything or much in the way of low clouds or fog, it will be burning off. it will be warm to hot. 60s to 90s. fog on the coast, but i think there will be a lot of sun as well. the tropical clous which have bum around the high-pressure system, an then erupt into thunderstorms in the seer raw an also in southern california, maybe a few leftover today. most of those on the lee is sigh. we shue see a decrease in that over the weekend. 50s an -- we shue see a decrease in that over the week. >>> a little piece of the storm came in yesterday. but a stronger one is moving in. 60 to 70 on the coast. fog, sun, breezy. warm inland. os, 90s. if you are -- 80s, 90s. the mornings get cool. but then 30s an 40s, 80. mostly sunny, partly cloudy. it should be sunny. 90s inland, fog, sun on
after this. >> employees at britain's biggest most widely known tabloid learned that the media out on the streets. the news of the world is shutting down after 160 years this follows revelation that the newspaper allegedly is hacked into cellphone belonged to murder victims people killed by terrorists and even relatives of british shoulders that were killed in afghanistan. >> this was completely unexpected. >> the front page news on the world web site today was the death of the new of the world. james and martha some of the owner says that the world's most widely read english-language newspaper had broken the trust of its readers. >> clearly certain activities did not live up to their standards, that is a matter of great regret. stalling yard is investigating whether the paper hacked into but as many as 4000 cellphone among them, prince harry, the actor hugh grant and just this week new charges that they may have included families that lost residents in the 2005 transit bombings. the family of a murdered british teenager as well. >> this was completely horrified i thought this
of a sensational headline. in 2002, britain was riveted by the story of 13-year-old millie dowler who had vanished. this week it was revealed the paper listened to her voice mail, deleting old messages to make room for new ones. that activity gave her family and police hope that she was alive. false hope. millie was later found murdered. and there's more. six years ago, terrorist bombings in london killed 52 people. on this anniversary, grieving families learned the newspaper hacked their cell phones, trolling for intimate details. one of those cell phones belonged to graham fowlkes, who lost his son. >> it's a violation, isn't it. and i -- i still don't know what i think about it. other than i'm really angry. >> reporter: this scandal reaches beyond the murdoch empire. this week it was revealed that london police were selling the paper scoops in exchange for bribes. there are even allegations that the prime minister, a close friend of murdoch, turned a blind eye even though he knew what was going on. there is now an enormous criminal investigation under way. it includes dozens of police investiga
that murdoch chose to save her rather than one of britain's oldest newspapers. at age 80, murdoch's once bulletproof reputation has been shaken. >> the reports that this is the end of murdoch or this is the death of murdoch in a business sense are probably overstated. but it does give one pause to see a scandal of this proportion really spiral out of control. >> reporter: hacking the phones of celebrities and politicians was one thing. but harvesting the grieving voicemails of ordinary people dealing with tragedy triggered an explosion of revulsion that could not be contained. with advertisers abandoning the paper, its closing will put some 200 employees out of work and there are publish reports today that there are more arrests coming, perhaps within days, several investigations now under way. >> nbc's mike taibbi, thanks so much, mike. 7:13. once again here's david. >>> ann, thanks. it is likely to be the number one issue in the 2012 presidential election as we've been talking about it, it is the economy and the struggling job market. both president obama and the republican contenders
that it will take off in time. >>> an arrest in the huge hacking scandal in britain. the news that the world's former editor and the prime minister's former aide. >>> like we told you, we want to start with the jobless numbers. our christine romans, once again, back with us there in new york. let's talk about is this really as bad as it sounds? >> reporter: look. as one economist said, ian sheped heardson said a big bucket of cold water. 18,000 jobs created overall. the estimates ranged from 80,000 to 125,000. market and economists expected more jobs creation than that. when you dig within the numbers you can see government jobs were shed. wow. thousands. 57,000 private sector jobs created but 39,000 government jobs lost. unemployment rate went up. so this tells you, kyra, bottom line, that private companies are not confident to hire in big numbers at all and the government, local and state government, because of budget cuts, continue to slash jobs. this is what the trajectory looks like. we have come from massive job losses there over about a year ago 192,000 four months of bad jobs and the
. in this country and in great britain as well, we have what's called the litigation privilege. a fancy phrase meaning whatever you say in a courtroom or whatever you say in furtherance of what goes on in the courtroom, could be in a judge's chambers. could be in a conference room is absolutely privileged meaning it cannot form the basis for litigation. if that were not so, then these trials would never end and people would always sue others for what they said during the course of the trial. also if that were not so, it might inhibit people from answering truthfully a question put to them in the courtroom. now, this is a little bit unusual because it came from the mouth of the lawyer. whatever lawyers say in the courtroom cannot form the basis of a lawsuit. where did he get this from? did he make this up or did she tell him to say this? if he made it up, he committed an ethics violation but that's between him and the ethics prosecutors in florida. if she gave him information on which to base this outrageous claim, then he's not only permitted to do it but he exercised his judgment and decided
in britain. and how the shutdown of the british tabloid news of the world affects of journalistic standards in the future. and we discussed the south korea free trade agreement and the details involved in that a pending deal. and your phone calls, and females, and more live on c- span. earlier today, british prime minister david cameron took questions from reporters on his government's response to that scandal by some journalists at a news of the world. he also commented on his decision to higher the man arrested earlier today on allegations of corruption and involvement when he was editor. the news conference from london is 45 minutes. >> in the morning, everyone, and thank you for coming. over the last few days, the whole country has been shocked by the revelations of the phone hacking scandal. murder victims, terrorist victims', families that lost loved ones who sometimes defending our country, that these people could have their funds have been two to yield stories for a newspaper is simply disgusting. i cannot think what was going to the minds of the people that did this. that they can
you elaborate on that? >> in great britain a few years ago, they undertook a social security reform and they actually had a white paper study on what they should do. they concluded that it would be useful to try to increase private savings at the same time as they did social security reform. it increased benefits in the public system, but even there, they decided that was not enough. to really help people, we really needed to build the private pension savings. if you look at the private pension system, it covers fairly poorly most of the population. i have not quite updated it, but it says that for 75% of people that retire, social security and medicare is in excess of all of their private assets. we have a larger extent of the population dependent upon social security and medicare. how do we deal with it? one way we do what it is be tried to increase some of those cash benefits for lower and moderate income people. from the middle-income people, i do not think we can get thereby adding to a system that is out of balance. we need to recognize that private retirement system is not do
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